KDE Base is the base package for KDE, a desktop environment designed to provide an easy-to-use environment for UNIX-based operating systems. The program was created to provide functions similar to environments found under Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. This package provides window managers, a panel, a file manager and other basic utilities. It also contains high-quality wallpapers and configuration files for basic setup of KDE. One of the more popular programs in this package is a powerful... Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
This package contains support libraries that have not been written as part of the KDE project, but are required. KDE Support contains the libraries Libgif, Libjpeg, Libmime, Libuu and Libgdbm. If you already have these libraries installed on your system, we highly recommended that you download and install these packages anyway. Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
KDE Multimedia provides your operating system with an enhanced multimedia player, a simple CD player, a MIDI player, a karaoke player and useful sound mixing controls. This is a useful bundle for those of you who are doing quite a bit of work with audio on Linux. Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
With this applet, you can play, pause, stop, jump forward or backward in a playlist, change the volume, seek within songs, display the elapsed time, and drag and drop items from the file manager. Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
Guillermo Amaral knows business.Â How to talk to them, how to start them, and how to run 'em right into the ground.Â Here he clues us in on what business needs are unmet by the current KDE software stack, and how we can better communicate with our tie-wearing overlords.
We, the KDE team, have done a huge effort of making KDE 4.1 series a really usable desktop, and I really think we are going in a good path. KDE is stabilizing in general terms, and kdelibs goodies are starting to be used widely by almost all applications.
This keynote by Wade Olson charts the course that led to the first Camp KDE ever, and what we might expect in the future.Â It also features some words by the founder of the Negril Environmental and Educational Trust.
This is the little testing ground for people with CVS access. It's rather neat because all of the applications that are too unproven for any of the "main" modules go here, where other people can mess with them, jeer at them or perhaps, fix them up. Since this collection is so unofficial, it comes with even less of a warranty than the other packages do. Plus, each of the items have varying dependencies, so only developers should download this. Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL